Cub Snacks Review
Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.
I love that my boys make healthy food choices all on their own. They understand the importance of eating the right foods, and staying fit and healthy. Part of why I think my boys make such good choices when it comes to food is that I like to involve them in making decisions at the supermarket, and helping cook and bake at home. Andy Kavanagh, founder of Cub Snacks, understands the importance of teaching kids to cook and bake, and has created the perfect subscription box to entertain, educate, and let kids make their own healthy yummy treats!
We received a Cub Snacks box for review and from the minute I opened the box I was impressed. The box was filled with everything we needed to make Nice N Crispy Bars. The ingredients were well packaged and the box even included two aprons for my boys to use.
I was really happy that this was a simple recipe that allowed for both of my boys to get involved with. The portioned ingredients made it easy to let my little guy dump them all in to the bowl and my big guy loved getting everything mixed together. The three of us had fun mixing up all the ingredients and it took us only a few minutes to have our bars ready for the refrigeration stage.
After a few hours in the fridge our bars were ready and we couldn’t wait to dig in! The only word I can use to describe these bars is phenomenal. Not only did my boys like them, but my husband and I both thought they were out of this world! It was so great to have a snack that we all loved – easy for all our lunch boxes. And the bonus is that we had the pride of knowing that we made them ourselves.
The recipe for the bars was super easy to follow, and there were even little games and puzzles and fun food facts included in the box. I would highly recommend Cub Snacks to any parent with young children – get them involved in their food, make it fun, make it healthy! A one-time box/gift is $36.99, but you can save money with a monthly, 3-month, or 6-month subscription.
Andy Kavanagh started Cub Snacks to help out busy parents – knowing that not everyone has the time to source, prepare, and cook with their kids. Each Cub Snacks box comes with everything you need to make a quick snack while learning about healthy eating. I think a subscription would make for a great holiday gift – one that keeps on giving! You can feel good about subscribing for your family or sending a subscription as a gift – Cub Snacks only uses ingredients that are GMO-free, have no artificial colors, additives, or preservatives, are gluten and egg-free, and they use as much recyclable materials as possible in their packaging. Everyone wins!
To learn more about Cub Snacks, visit their website.